31 edition of New Jersey as a colony and as a state found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Francis Bazley Lee ; associate board of editors, William S. Stryker ... [et al.].|
|LC Classifications||F134 .L47.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 v. :|
|LC Control Number||02004711|
New Jersey: A History of the Garden State presents a fresh, comprehensive overview of New Jersey’s history from the prehistoric era to the present. The findings of archaeologists, political, social, and economic historians provide a new look at how the Garden State has state has a rich Native American heritage and complex colonial history. The State of NJ site may contain optional links, information, services and/or content from other websites operated by third parties that are provided as a convenience, such as Google™ Translate. Google™ Translate is an online service for which the user pays nothing to obtain a purported language translation.
Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey,  Archives of the state of New Jersey Documents relating to the colonial history of the state of New Jersey , William Adee Whitehead Volumes of Documents relating to the colonial, revolutionary and post-revolutionary history of the state of New Jersey. Slavery in New Jersey began in the early 17th century, when Dutch colonists imported African slaves for labor to develop their colony of New Netherland.: 44 After England took control of the colony in , its colonists continued the importation of slaves from also imported "seasoned" slaves from their colonies in the West Indies and enslaved Native Americans from the Carolinas.
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Excerpt from New Jersey as a Colony and as a State, Vol. 1: One of the Original Thirteen HE history of the State of New Jersey has been variously written by men of more than ordinary ability. In the prosecution of their la bors the authors of these general works have gath ered a vast collection of facts.
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Skip to main content. This banner text can have markup New Jersey as a colony and as a state: one of the original thirteen Book digitized by Google from the library of University of Virginia and uploaded to the Internet Pages: Based on the joint rights granted by the Duke of York to Sir George Carteret and John, Lord Berkeley, New Jersey became a proprietary colony divided into two provinces, east and west.
East Jersey’s development was tied to New York, New England, and the former Dutch colony of New Netherland. New Jersey as a colony and as a state one of the original thirteen by Francis Bazley Lee. Published by Publishing Society of New Jersey in New York. Written in English.
The Dutch founded settlements in New Jersey in the early s, and the English took control in The English named the colony for a place they left behind across the Atlantic Ocean, the Isle of Jersey.
InNew Jersey was split into East Jersey and West Jersey, and the two evolved quite differently. This database indexes the marriage bonds and licenses () filed with the Secretary of State’s office before and immediately after the American Revolution in the 17th and 18th centuries.
The database also includes numerous references to early marriages recorded in colonial deeds books and other collections, extending the inclusive dates of the index toa valuable resource. Vineland's Feeble-minded Denizens By Guest Blogger, Laural Boney feeble-minded (fbl-mndd) adj.
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New Jersey is divided into East and West Jersey in It is reunited in when it becomes a royal colony; New Jersey was the third state to ratify the Constitution; New Jersey was the first to ratify the Bill of Rights. With this sale, New Jersey was divided into East Jersey and West Jersey, two distinct provinces of the proprietary colony.
The political division existed for the 26 years between and Determination of an exact location for a border between West Jersey and East Jersey was often a matter of dispute, as was the border with New York.
The border between the two sides reached the Atlantic. Book Review: New Jersey from Colony to State,by Richard P. McCormickAuthor: Richard V. Lindabury. Get this from a library. New Jersey from Colony to State, [Richard Patrick McCormick] -- "Bibliographical note": p. The New Jersey Colony was one of the Middle Colonies which also included the New York Colony, the Delaware Colony, and the Pennsylvania Colony.
The New Jersey Colony was founded by Sir George Carteret and Lord Berkeley in The New Jersey Colony was originally named the Province of New Jersey, after the British island named Jersey. Prior to.Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey, : Administration of Governor Johathan Belcher, Volumes of Archives of the state of New Jersey Volume 8 of Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey.New Jersey at — A Short History of Colonial New Jersey Land Records.
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